Yusuf Balogun

Airspeeder Unveils New Flying Car, Mk4 eVTOL

Airspeeder has unveiled its latest flying car, Mk4 eVTOL developed for the nascent Airspeeder racing series.

The Mk4 is the first to be designed specifically for crewed racing flights as the league moves closer to enabling its racers to compete from the tracks in the skies.

Also, the new flying car is the first Airspeeder utilizing hydrogen technology, as previous models were powered by swappable battery packs.

The core of this tech is a Thunderstrike Hydrogen Turbogenerator, which Airspeeder says can offer 300 km of range with a 1,000 kW turbogenerator powers the entire racing VTOL.

Airspeeder was first announced in November 2021, is an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) racing league headquartered in London.

The league is a division of Alauda Aeronautics, an Australian electric aviation business with headquarters in Adelaide.